I don’t know why it didn’t occur to me earlier to delve deeper into the world of tortured/not tortured neurologically ill artists. And by art, I mean any and all forms of the arts, darlings. I’m intensely fascinated by it all, and a big fan of the cerebral artgasm. It works out for me because I’m not scared to think and opine, no matter how ill-informed I am. This ain’t curation, kids, it’s just a fast and dirty roundup of contemporary things, and does not necessarily reflect the multimillion dollar private art collection of yours truly.
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But it before we get into it, here’s something to either put you in a good mood, or become homicidal in my direction, because…
Continue reading wherefore art thou?
So many ways to express bipolar disorder… Most of them are dualities, showing neither the points between the poles, nor the very varied nature of the disorder.
Continue reading bipolar symbols
I prefer to not have it, and then not be artistic, and probably be a lot happier…I’d still trade it in for anything else but, while it’s here, I’m going to use it for all it’s worth so that I’m not a victim of it.
Continue reading emilie autumn’s manic depression leech
(it’s the turnoff after manic depressive crescent) (scheduled post)
Street Art, Tags, Stickers & Stencils
Continue reading welcome to bipolar street
Every time I see a depiction of the duality of bipolar, I’m disappointed. I don’t even like the word bipolar, that binary description is so wrong – and I know that many of you agree. I wondered what I’d choose to represent it if I wanted to. Now, in terms of those dualities, two of my tattoos fit pretty well, on a number of levels. I love my tattoos, but those two, with their subtle symmetry, possess equilibrium that I’ve never had, do not have and never will have. The bipolar misnomer, well it’s a spectrum isn’t it, maybe even a circle.
Continue reading manic depressive inkdump